We recently had an opportunity to do some glass blowing with master glass artist Stephen Woodruff. We love adding skills to our repertoire. Corliss is making a drinking glass here. That glass on the end of the tube is cherry red molten hot. And yes, a glass studio is only slightly less hotter than hell, particularly in Southern California in July. But glass blowing is more fun than a barrel of monkeys...in hell.
All of this will be creeping into the jewelry soon. Thank you Stephen.

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Comment by 2Roses on July 20, 2010 at 5:34pm
We're right there with ya Stevie. We had inherited a bunch of equipment from a friend's glass studio years ago. Never fired it up because we knew we didn't know what we were doing, and it seemed like a great opportunity to burn the studio to the ground. So now we are off to move everything outdoors, which means more construction, which means this is going to be a protracted project.
Comment by Stevie B. on July 20, 2010 at 10:06am
"2Roses blows" Thats what I have been saying all along!!!


;)



Always wanted to try some glass blowing but I always steer clear of art that will require a huge investment to have it at home. And yes, if I liked it, I would HAVE TO be able to do it at home.

Look forward to the future glass & jewelry creations!

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